Cryptocurrency in death and divorce

Cryptocurrency in death and divorce By Stephan Haynes Cryptocurrency can be defined as a virtual asset which resembles monetary value and is exchanged on a decentralised marketplace by way of blockchain technology. In layman’s terms, these are virtual assets that can...

Protection Orders

Protection Orders “Power is no blessing in itself, except when it is used to protect the innocent” [Johnathan Swift] It is a sad fact, a harsh reality and all too commonplace, the incidence of domestic violence and harassment – and all too often not reported on due to...

A look at some Interesting amendments to King IV, 2016

A look at some Interesting amendments to King IV, 2016 In July 1993 the Institute of Directors in South Africa asked retired Supreme Court of South Africa, judge Mervyn E. King to chair a committee on corporate governance. The committee’s report, aptly named, was to...

For so many of us, a home or any immovable property will be our biggest investment and when we make the decision to sell, typically we not only want to get the best possible price, but we also want the transaction to be processed as quickly and as smoothly as...

Mediation for your pocket

Mediation for your pocket Have you ever wondered how long a civil procedure can drag out or how much you are likely to pay in legal fees? We have all heard of mediation; however, it might not be your first port of call when considering the route to take to resolve a...

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